Written by Nick Spencer
Art by Andrea Sorrentino
The heroes of the Marvel Universe are in a tumultuous battle with Hydra. Things are not going well and it is about to get a whole lot worse.
Captain America has been Hydra the whole time despite 70 years of fighting them. I'm sure the preludes made sense of it but it just doesn't interest me at all. I read this comic book and Secret Invasion #0 but I think that is as far as I will get. Let me know when Captain America is back to normal. It's a comic book event and there is no way he stays a villain.
On the bright side, Andrea Sorrentino is a fantastic artist. I really enjoyed the visuals in this comic book, even if the story itself does not really get me excited.
Written by Chip Zdarsky
Pencils by Paolo Siqueira
Inks by Walden Wong, Cam Smith, Jay Leisten & Paolo Siqueira
Colors by Frank D'Armata
Peter Parker is attempting to have lunch with Mary Jane Watson, head of Stark Industries but as always, some super-villain just happens to be causing mischief/mayhem. Peter must leave to become the Spectacular Spider-Man and take on The Vulture. There may be an extra person in play however...
This is more like it. Lots of fun dialogue, a superhero in action and trying to juggle his personal life at the same time. He takes on an old foe and meeting someone else who seems to be taking Paste Pot Pete's gimmick. There were not many pages as this was a tease for the upcoming Spectacular Spider-Man series in June.
The art looks really good in this comic book. A Spider-Man would be a tough series to take on since there are so many tall buildings and perspectives for the artist to draw. This team did a wonderful job of doing this. The buildings were detailed without being a distraction on the panels. There is so much to love about Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man. It looks like I will be adding this to my pull list at my local comic shop.
What are your thoughts on Secret Empire? Will you be picking up Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man?
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